GetGlasgowMovingA new campaign to Get Glasgow Moving will be holding a public meeting at Renfield St Stephen’s Parish Church, 260 Bath Street, G2 4JP from 7-9pm on Thursday 15 September 2016. The information about the event is as follows:

“Most people in Glasgow rely on public transport to get around (only 49% of households have cars), yet our public transport network is a total mess:

• Private bus companies continue to cut our vital services and increase fares so that they’re completely unaffordable.
• Glasgow Subway (built in 1896) still only serves a tiny area of our city and is the only underground in the whole world never to have been extended.
• Our overground trains are operated by a company (Abellio) owned by the Dutch state (not ours!)
• And our bike hire is run by a private company (Nextbike GmbH) based in Germany…

Compare this to Edinburgh, where publicly-owned Lothian Buses are popular with residents offering a comprehensive service and affordable fares. Read the rest of this entry »

OverTheWall2016This years “Over the Wall” summer, multi-arts festival will take place in the grounds of Gartnavel Royal Hospital, Glasgow on Saturday 27 August 2016 from 1pm to 5pm.

There will be a wide range of activities including community theatre, live music, information, art, live music and we will be along with our pedal powered smoothies so why not pop along and enjoy a great, family day out!

The Festival is part of the annual art in the gart programme; this programme is a collaboration between NHSGGC northwest mental health services and Third Sector organisations and artists to enable access seven days a week and out of hours to participation in meaningful activity which to support mental health recovery and wellbeing.

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CircularGlasgowRecently Glasgow Chamber have published Glasgow’s Circular Economy Report – Circular Glasgow: A Vision and Action Plan for the City of Glasgow.

The report is the first of its kind in the UK and only the second circle scan report in Europe behind Amsterdam. It offers an in-depth study of Glasgow’s potential to be a global leader in the circular economy, making the city only the second in the world to be assessed in such a level of detail.

The ‘City Circle Scan of Glasgow’, commissioned through a partnership with Glasgow Chamber of Commerce, Zero Waste Scotland and Glasgow City Council, looks at how to make the region’s urban economy more circular and create opportunities for the business community.

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WHITEINCH-10th-ANNIVERSARY-LOGO-1-003-385x178The Whiteinch Centre is kicking off its 10th anniversary celebrations on Saturday 27th August 2016 with a huge birthday bash for the community to come along and enjoy.

The final touches are in place after months of hard work and planning to organising this fantastic, family-friendly event. It will be the beginning of a year-long range of birthday activities to celebrate our decade long  service to the good people and businesses of Whiteinch.

Birthday FlyerLocal bands and entertainment will be there on the day to get the crowd up singing and dancing; there will also be arts and crafts to enjoy, some information stalls, fun for the kids with fairground rides, and a tasty Barbecue, where you can sample some of our delicious burgers.

De’ils On Wheels will be along with our pedal powered smoothies and Dr Bike will also be making an appearance to make sure your wheels are running true!!

So if you’re free on Saturday 27 August from 12 to 4pm why not join us and be part of our special milestone? We look forward to seeing you!

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SkyRide_Glasgow_ImageSky Ride Glasgow is back – for one last lap – on Sunday 4 September from 1.30pm following the start of the Tour of Britain! After 8 years support from Sky this year is your final chance to experience your city on two wheels with Sky Ride – and they want to make it the best yet.

Join thousands of other cyclists as they take to the streets of Glasgow for an unforgettable traffic-free ride through the city and this year the Sky Ride will reach it’s one millionth Sky Rider! You can download the route map here SKYRIDE_Glasgow_Route_Map

The Sky Ride will be spreading the cycling love with lots of free things to do on the day – style your bike at the ‘Tricks & Tunes’ area, take part in the cycling game shows, grab your free Sky Ride bib and get snapped in the photo booth. Register now!

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LINKES_OppsFair_Aug16LINKES are hosting a Make the most of you! Opportunities Fair at the  Community Rooms on Thursday 25 August from 10am to 1pm.

This information session is open to anyone who wants to learn something new, develop their skills, or is thinking about volunteering or employment, but is not sure where to start.

Everyone is welcome to come along to meet representatives from a range of organisations – including DRC Environment Trust – that can advise them and support them in looking for learning or volunteering opportunities, jobs and training.

You can download the poster here LINKES_OpportunitiesFairPoster_Aug2016 or by contacting LINKES on 0141 387 0391.

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SouthCityWayGlasgow has secured Scottish Government backed Community Links Plus funding of £3.25 million pounds for the South City Way cycle route. The project will see an investment of £6.5 million, with £3.25 million coming from Glasgow City Council Capital funding.

Hot on the (w)heels of the South West City Way, the South City Way will add another piece to the development of quality cycle commuter routes in Glasgow and will provide a 2 mile segregated cycle way between Queen’s Park on the Southside to the Merchant City in Glasgow’s city centre. The programme includes significant upgrades on the streetscape  along the route and better services for pedestrians and public transport. You can find out moreon Glasgow City Council’s website or on Twitter, check for #CLplus!

Interestingly South City Way will cost £6.5 million pounds for 2 miles of cycle way compared to the M74 extension which cost over £650 million for 5 miles – a staggering £130 million per mile – that would buy 100 South City Ways!!

Welcome to DRCET!! We deliver a wide range of environmental projects and services across the West of Glasgow and beyond.

We work to protect and enhance the local environment and to increase the wellbeing and resilience of local people and communities.

Read on to find out more about what we do and - get active, get involved and make a difference!

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Main Office
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
Heart of Scotstoun Community Centre, 64 Balmoral Street, Glasgow G14 0BL
t: 0141 433 0427
e: getinvolved@

De'ils On Wheels
Wed 11am-3pm, Thu 1pm-5pm
40 Kingsway Court, Scotstoun, Glasgow G14 9SU
m: 07515 879747
e: deilsonwheels@

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DRCET is a recognised Scottish Charity (Charity No SC035954) and a company limited by guarantee registered in Scotland (Company No SC273114). Registered office as shown above.

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